THE EF ONE TORNADO IN GRANT COUNTY TOOK IT'S TOLL
ON A FARM OUTSIDE FENNIMORE.
NEWS THREE'S JESSICA ARP BRINGS US MORE TEAM COVERAGE.
nat of tractor
AS TRACTORS TOW AWAY A TANGLE OF TREES AND TIN...
A FARM'S OWNER HAS ONLY A WORD.
ROSELLE AND MARILYN KEPHART WERE ALSO GONE...
CAMPING IN ILLINOIS AS THE STORM BLEW THROUGH...
endloader carrying trees
NEIGHBORS WERE THERE BEFORE THEY WERE.
STARTING THE CLEANUP.
we've lost 8 buildings, plus theres damage to the
house, but its livable so that we will have yet
THEY'RE VICTIM OF A TORNADO THAT SKIPPED IT'S WAY
ACROSS GRANT COUNTY
luckily we're finding that the damage to homes is
relatively minor to moderate, we havent found any
homes destroyed, some with significant roof damage
and trees on homes :04 but overall homes seemed to
fare really well, it was the agricultural buildings
took a loss
THE KEPHARTS DID...
AND ALTHOUGH THEY AND THEIR BUILDINGS ARE GONE...
THEIR HELP CERTAINLY ISN'T.
they've got a generator to get our freezers goign
again and they brought food :00 people ask who that
is and i dont even know who some of them are :05 they've
been just tremendous ;07
IT'S BEEN A ROUGH MONTH FOR GRANT COUNTY...
A TORNADO TORE THROUGH PLATTEVILLE TWO WEEKS AGO.